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Psych Doc Talks Prison Treatment Changes

July 3, 2019
  When Dr. Randall Nero first joined the Maryland prison system, psychologists focused on an inmate’s childhood experiences and parental relationships as the source of   ...Learn more

Service Puppy Named for Fallen Correctional Officer

May 16, 2019
  The newest future service dog to arrive at the Maryland Correctional Institution-Hagerstown is eliciting some tears for more than his cuteness. The black Labrador is   ...Learn more

Outlasting the Beatles, Vietnam and Watergate as a 50-year State Worker

May 14, 2019
When Jumary West started working for the state 50 years ago this month, the Vietnam War was still raging, The Beatles hadn’t broken up   ...Learn more

Corrections Department Seeks to Replace Lost Mill Jobs

May 1, 2019
The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services will hold a special Cumberland hiring event this Saturday and Sunday, May 4th and 5th, to   ...Learn more

20 Indicted in Prison Smuggling Conspiracy

April 17, 2019
  A federal grand jury has indicted 20 defendants on federal racketeering and related charges at the Maryland Correctional Institute Jessup (MCIJ), including correctional officers,   ...Learn more


March 8, 2019
    In her first job as a parole and probation agent in south Prince George’s County, Martha Danner got “bitten by the bug.” Armed with a   ...Learn more

Rutherford Announces $378 Million for Baltimore Prison Treatment Center

January 10, 2019
Lt. Governor Boyd K. Rutherford Announces Funding for Opioid Crisis and Substance Use Disorder Services, New Commission Studying Mental and Behavioral Health Hogan Administration Increases Investments   ...Learn more

Baltimore Booking’s Mother Theresa

January 3, 2018
A visitor approaches the Baltimore Central Booking and Intake Center looking for Correctional Officer Sharhonda Gee. “Oh,” Security Chief Tyrell Wilson says. “You’re looking for   ...Learn more

32 Graduate from Parole and Probation Academy

December 15, 2016
TOWSON, MD — Thirty-two men and women graduated Wednesday from the Parole and Probation Agent Academy in Sykesville. The new agents completed their seven weeks of   ...Learn more

First yoga teacher training “behind bars” graduates 11 women

December 14, 2016
  TOWSON, MD — Whitney Ingram found yoga in prison when she was incarcerated at Maryland Correctional Institution for Women (MCI-W) from 2007 to 2009. The   ...Learn more